Jukasa News Update – Tuesday, May 19, 2020
Ontario’s education minister is set to give an update today on the status of schools and child care services as some businesses in the province begin to open their doors.
Stephen Lecce is set to make an announcement this afternoon alongside Premier Doug Ford and Health Minister Christine Elliott.
Ford said last week the minister would provide information today on the fate of the school year.
The update comes as the province starts the first stage of its economic reopening today, giving the green light to retailers, some sports centres, vehicle dealerships and other businesses to resume.
Ontario reported 304 more cases of COVID-19 on Monday, bringing the provincial total to 22,957.
There have been 1,904 deaths related to the virus in the province so far, including 23 that were reported Monday.
Total: 78,072 (11 presumptive, 78,061 confirmed including 5,842 deaths, 39,251 resolved)
No winning ticket was sold for the $15.7 million jackpot in Saturday night’s Lotto 649 draw.
However, the guaranteed $1 million prize went to a ticket holder in Ontario.
The jackpot for the next Lotto 649 draw on May 20 will be approximately $18 million.
Bread and Cheese went on despite pandemic shutdowns across the community.
Six Nations of the Grand River Elected Council carried out door-to-door caravan deliveries throughout the community from early morning in to the evening on Monday.
2500 loaves of individually wrapped bread, 2500 pieces of individually wrapped cheese were delivered to homes across Six Nations. Cost for both is approx. $45,000.
There was not enough bread and cheese for Six Nations households.
Deliveries are being arranged for homes that were missed. Details will be announced on that at a later date.